New York, NY (PRWEB) March 15, 2008
HealthTuber.com, a website dedicated to showcasing online videos related to health and fitness, was not prepared for all of the traffic it would receive when a video about CelluTherm was released.
"The marketing campaign caused so much web traffic to HealthTuber.com that the Video channel needed to add additional servers to handle the number of users on their site" Explains Karen Seever, a HealthTuber.com spokeswoman.
The reason why Cellutherm has generated so much online blitz is simple: it solves one of most fundamental problems facing a woman's beauty... cellulite. Suffered by over 90 percent of the female population, cellulite is extremely hard to get rid of. In fact, since exercise and diet tend to do very little against these annoying fat deposits, topical creams like Cellutherm seem to be the best solution.
Of course, many women might be skeptical, since so many anti-cellulite creams tend to be scams. But Cellutherm is a patented formula, utilizing advanced technology to fight cellulite. The best evidence of this can be found through the hundreds of women that have found success with the product.
Using Cellutherm is easy. All one has to do is massage a small amount of the cream into the affected area twice a day. Within a period of around two months, the customer will begin to see their cellulite disappear. Individuals with milder cellulite build-up will see results even faster.
After a while Cellutherm tighten the muscles around the affected area. The product will also remove any excess subcutaneous water, a process that may slightly decrease the amount of water weight gain a woman may have during her menstrual cycle. Additionally, Cellutherm will reduce body fat in general, even if it's not afflicted with cellulite.
As far as cost, this shouldn't be much of a concern because only a small amount is needed to do the job. According to Cellutherm a marble-sized amount is enough to cover the back of a person's thigh or their abdominal region. Adding more cream won't speed up the process, and is not recommended by the company.
For more information please visit: http://www.CelluTherm.com.